The Jalopy Journal
I had these in 2014, eventually gave them up.
This shot had to have been late 73 early 74, my flathead powered 53 F-100 on the right (I'm on the far right) and my buddy's 50's Chevy (he still...
Awesome, Thanks! The purple 58 Chevy PU belongs to a friend of mine!
My Dad's "Fleet" circa 1972, 53 Ford F-100, flathead 8, became my first "car".
The car belongs to a fellow in my car club, Kustom Kings, I'll make sure he keeps everyone updated!
I'll be there with my fellow Kustom Kings and the Peesacrap Speed Shop special. Awesome event!
Under the bed of my truck, heavy gauge welding cable used as cables to the starter, charging/jumping posts mounted to the firewall.
I repaired a few while working at my Dad's service station many years ago, sounds like the same way we repaired them. No comebacks!
The American working in the US based warehouse will appreciate you supporting his job no matter where the tires were manufactured.
I dig it! Sweet Truck!
Eaten there many times! My parents retired and moved to Keysville in '81, they've passed on so I haven't been back in a couple years. Route 360 is...
I have a stock 307, cast iron manifolds, 24" Thrush glasspacks, 2" pipe, straight out at the bumper, on my 50 Chevy pickup. The sound is very...
Ride height alignment here as well, no problems.
Tons of really good info here..............
The last one I did (O/T) had a bike cable backup, charging posts in case of a dead battery, and a hidden switch that had constant power. The...
I have a very similar looking setup my Dad bought new in 1968 when he opened his gas station.
Quit? No Way! Take a break? YES! I'm planning to take this summer "off" as in no new projects, or super heavy duty projects. This summer I plan to...
My 65 chevelle, 283, powerglide, would be a source vehicle for the parts guy.
Powermaster on my Chevys, no problems at all.
Simple, as a UPS employee, if we can't smell gas you're good to go. Box it up and ship it, no one needs to know anything other than "car parts" if...
UPS driver 26 years, might make a career out of it.
Sent a friend of mine a link to this thread, no luck. My friend raced at Islip but said he didn't remember the car.
'53 Ford Pickup, Flathead V-8
I've run air bags in both configurations, 4 valve, 8 valve. 8 valve is far superior to the 4 valve setup.
Picked up my Coker's used in new condition, no issues at all. I have friends running Diamondbacks with no issues either. I think they are both...
Thanks for the pictures, I'll make it down there one of these days.
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